WordPress 5.6 Will Focus on Widgets Screen

WordPress 5.6 Will Focus on Widgets Screen

WordPress made the decision to focus on what can be completed, the widgets screen. The widget area (also referred to as the sidebar area) is important so it makes sense to focus on finishing it, even at the expense of the Gutenberg Navigation Screen.

WordPress 5.6 due December 2020 was scaled back. An important Gutenberg feature was removed because development fell behind.

WordPress had intended to include the menu Navigation Screen in Gutenberg 9.1 and WordPress 5.6. Development fell behind and it was decided to remove the Gutenberg Navigation Screen as a goal for WordPress 5.6 and instead focus on the Gutenberg Widgets Screen functionality instead.

Both the Widgets and Navigation Screens are important.Yet without the Navigation Screen, an important functionality for WordPress sites, the Gutenberg interface may feel like a ghost of the modern interface it is intended to be.

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An important feature of WordPress 5.6 was removed because it was nowhere near ready. Opens the door for progress on a bigger feature. The WordPress 5.6 Widgets Screen will be moved back to version 5.7, according to WordPress. This is because WordPress wanted to remove the navigation screen in order to concentrate on the widget screen.

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